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Our group is a member of the Forth Valley, Fife and Tayside area of the Ramblers' Association.
The Ramblers' Association exists to facilitate, for the benefit of everyone, the enjoyment and discovery that walking outdoors can bring: and to promote respect for the life of the countryside.

For information about membership of the Ramblers Association contact the Group Secretary: - Alan McGuckin- email: atmcg53@gmail.com

or visit the Ramblers Scotland website:
http://www.ramblers.org.uk/scotland/become-a-member.aspx

Come and join us on one of our walks

 

Anyone is welcome to come and try one of our walks. We feel sure you will then be keen to join the Ramblers and enjoy our company regularly.
We walk throughout the year, with a varied programme from easy local to more demanding mountain and moorland walking. All walks are graded and distance and ascent are given in the walk description to enable you choose one that suits your ability. For your first walk with us you are advised to choose one that might be "too easy" rather than overstretch yourself.
We meet in the Leys Park Road Car Park and practice car-sharing to travel to the start of walks.
Ramblers Scotland is supporting the Scottish Government's Active Nation initiative to encourage Scottish people to be more active in the run up to the 2014 Games. Click on this link or the logo for more information on Active Nation

On the Walks Programme page the logo identifies easier walks up to 5 miles long. 
 






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The Ramblers’ Association is a registered charity (England & Wales no 1093577, Scotland no SC039799)

and a company limited by guarantee, registered in England & Wales (no 4458492).

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